Person:Anne Gibson (1)

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m. 15 Mar 1856
  1. Anne Elizabeth Gibson1858 - 1891
  2. George ANDREW GIBSON1861 - 1952
  3. Sarah Jane GIBSON1863 - 1936
  4. Mary Ardilca GIBSON1865 - 1946
  5. Joshua Newman GIBSON1868 - 1878
  6. James William GIBSON1870 - 1947
m. 17 Feb 1875
  1. Sarah Ann Ballard1876 - 1876
  2. Sarah Ann Ballard1876 - 1876
  3. Manomas Lovina Ballard1878 - 1962
  4. Wealthy Ballard1881 - 1950
  5. Ardilca "Dilcy" Ballard1884 - 1962
  6. Charles Ballard1886 - 1946
  7. Laura Ballard1887 - 1953
  8. Laura Ballard1887 - 1953
  9. George Albert Ballard1890 - 1890
  10. Albert Ballard1890 - 1890
  11. _____ Ballard, male infant1891 - 1891
Facts and Events
Name Anne Elizabeth Gibson
Gender Female
Birth? 22 Aug 1858 Holladay, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
Marriage 17 Feb 1875 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utahto Charles Harvey Ballard
Death? 1 May 1891 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United Statesdied in childbirth with her infant son
Burial? Cottonwood, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
References
  1.   Family notes.

    !This baby and his mother, Anne Elizabeth Gibson Ballard, died during
    childbirth. Placenta filled birth canal and baby unable to be born. They
    are buried in the same casket in Cottonwood, Utah. (Notes of Fern Russell
    Willis)

    !Dan Willis (Anne's 2nd Great-grandson), with 2 of his sons, Connor and Morgan,
    located the grave on 15 Aug 1994 in Holladay Memorial Park, 4900 Memory Lane
    (2000 East 4800-5042 South), Salt Lake City, Utah. Listed in cemetery records
    as "Annie Ballard" with no next-of-kin. Plot is 4th East, 1st North #1.
    Cemetery records indicate that a headstone once existed, but a handwritten
    notation to the records state that the headstone became "unreadable". At the
    time of Dan's visit, the headstone was missing and the grave unmarked.
    Cemetery officials confirm that Holladay Memorial Park "absorbed" the old
    Cottonwood Cemetery. Anne's mother (Anne Elizabeth Newman Gibson), uncle
    (William Hughes Newman) and aunt (Jane Ann Allen Newman) are buried close by
    in well-marked graves in the same cemetery. No note of Anne's baby boy being
    buried with her.

    !"Big Cottonwood" and "Cottonwood" are now known as the Holladay area of Salt
    Lake City, Utah.

    !In November 1994, through the contributions of many of Anne Elizabeth Gibson
    Ballard's descendants, a new headstone was installed at her grave. It reads:
    ANNE E. G. BALLARD
    1858 - 1891
    and her infant son
    DIED IN CHILDBIRTH

    He died at his birth and was buried with his mother who died giving him birth.
    They are buried at Holiday Memorial Park.